In an abandoned house with overturned chairs and a piano decorated with old photos

Urban explorer Grant Vincent took a look around the spooky abandoned house in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. It was found with many of the family’s possessions that remain

The property was abandoned a decade ago
The property was abandoned a decade ago

A house that has been abandoned by its owners for more than a decade hides a spooky secret.

Though the ceilings of this derelict property are collapsing, many of the original features remain intact inside the stone farmhouse, located in County Perth and Kinross, Scotland.

The downstairs bedroom contains a piano adorned with vintage photographs and ornaments, allowing us to wonder at the musician who would have played its keys in this remote location.

Another image gives us a glimpse of the cluttered kitchen, covered in debris from the crumbling ceiling.

Old luggage, fallen chairs, and oil lamps can be seen throughout the property, all covered in debris and dust.

The spooky house in Scotland


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Grant Vincent is the urban explorer who captured these spooky photos while traveling in Scotland.

“I came across the abandoned house while driving in the countryside,” he said.

“It’s in the central belt of Scotland, surrounded by rolling hills and fields full of sheep.

“Entering the property was not difficult as there was no door, just a small piece of metal fence which I assume was propped up to keep sheep out.

The piano remains intact and is decorated with old photographs and ornaments


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“The abandoned house made me feel eerie, along with excitement and anticipation of what I might encounter.”

Despite the dirt that lies within the property, the upper level also contained a few surprises.

In a bedroom on the upper floor, women’s clothing from days gone by still hangs impressively in the wardrobe.

Outside the property is a dilapidated barn with a decrepit tractor.

The furniture and floors are covered with dust and debris


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Although Grant may be an urban explorer who shares his finds his Instagram page this quality compelled him to face his unexpected fear.

“The most shocking thing about the exploration, I have to say, was the clear presence of rats on the property, although I don’t think I should be really shocked, but I’m afraid of rats,” he said.

Despite this encounter, Grant’s experience was still positive.

“What I love most about my pictures is that I can capture a little bit of what people’s lives used to be like and I can share that with other people,” he said.

A broken cupboard still contains books


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“I also love sharing my discoveries with people who for some reason might not have a chance to get out and do something like this.

“People who either view my pictures online or share them with me usually give very positive feedback, telling me the shots are ‘epic’, ‘awesome’, ‘amazing’ and of course ‘fire emoji’.

“People tell me I have a real talent for capturing images, and a lot of times people give me places because they think I’m going to capture something amazing.

“Sometimes it’s really quite overwhelming with the feedback I get and I can’t thank enough the people who support and follow my work.”

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